intercalary


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intercalary

[in′tər·kə‚ler·ē]
(botany)
Referring to growth occurring between the apex and leaf.
(science and technology)
Inserted between two original components.
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The Palatinium Group (Lefevre 1932), including P palatinium and P pseudolaeve, was placed in Cleistoperidinium with the Cinctum Group since it lacked an apical pote, but is a separate group since it has two apical intercalary plates.
The intercalary months, if they (wise men) consider well, the two
All previously documented, autonomous, epiphyte-control strategies in marine macrophytes, other than mucilaginous outer coatings and allelopathy (Hay 1996), have involved species with intercalary meristems.
"But with an intercalary translocation, none of the wheat chromosome is lost, which makes it more valuable than a terminal translocation."
Posterior body (and tail) blotches have lateral extensions (often triangular-shaped) that may reach ventral scales; scales of these and intercalary lateral blotches overall are dark, enlarged (some triangular), and well defined.
We report a case of a tibial adamantinoma that was treated with a limb salvage procedure utilizing an intercalary tibial allograft and a free vascularized osteocutaneous graft of the fibula.
From the front, the color was white cream,###along the sides of the hyphae, or in intercalary positions.
gesneriana were observed predominately in intercalary and telomeric or subtelomeric positions.
The chlamydospores were produced both solitary and in chains of 1-8 cells produced at intercalary or at terminal end of hyphae.